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Old Dec 22, 2004, 10:12 PM   #1
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It is possible to tile an image across multiple pages, as with the "Enter POSTER rows/cols" of the Special Sizes dialog box and still set the image print size as with "Enter specificc SIZE", or the "Use ORIGINAL/embedded size"? It was possible to do both in an earlier version of the Qimage.

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Old Dec 23, 2004, 9:16 AM   #2
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Sure. Just enter your print size and Qimage will take care of the rest. It will know how many pages to use to tile it based on the size you enter.

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Old Dec 24, 2004, 12:12 PM   #3
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Thanks. I didn't realize that the program now automatically tiles images. I haven't tried a version for a number of years. Since I bought the 6 megapixel Canon D60, my panoramas were too large for Qimage; thanks for fixing the size issue!

One more question. Is there any way to get Qimage to center the picture on the composite page? That is, can it automatically set the top margin of the top page to the bottom margin of the bottom page and the left margin of the left page to the right margin of the right page? I can go into Photoshop and add a white boarder, but that is an awkward solution and may require trial and error if I don't get the computations right.

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I'll take a look at doing that in a future version.

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